|Re Enzo nella storia e nella leggenda - De Szombathely, Marino|
Keywords: Henry, King of Sardinia
|Jung Heinrich, König von England - Hodgson, Charles Edward, 1877-|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Henry, king of England, 1155-1183
|The chief defect of Henry King - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Song by David W Solomons based on the poem by Hilaire Belloc about a little boy who suffered from his habit of chewing string. See pdf files (listed under "all files HTTP") for various versions of the score (variously: keys of C D F and G) in which the guitar part is shown just as chord symbols and the vocal part in notation
Keywords: string; hilaire belloc; henry king; original music; chord symbols; guitar
|Pantomime, Jan. 21, 1922|
Vol. 2, No. 3. January 21, 1922. Publisher: Movie Topics, Inc., New York City
Keywords: motion picture, movie fan magazine, Henry King, Colleen Moore, Wesley Barry, Jane Jennings, Richard Headrick
|Chronique des ducs de Normandie - Benoît, de Sainte-More, 12th cent|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Normandy, Dukes of; Thomas, à Becket, Saint, 1118?-1170; Henry II, King of England, 1133-1189; Henry, King of England, 1155-1183
|JAMES STEWART: Seventh Heaven|
"SEVENTH HEAVEN" is a 1937 US-American romantic drama film directed by Henry King, starring Simone Simon as well as James Stewart in one of his earliest movies. His athleticism at that time seems apparent as he easily runs up seven flights of stairs. The story is about a Parisien sewer worker named Chico (James Stewart) longing for a rise in status and a better life. He rescues Diane (Simone Simon), a prostitute, who lives under the thumb of her cruel sister, from the authorities, stays with her...
Keywords: Film; Drama; Romance; Romantic Drama Movie; Filmdrama; Henry King; Simone Simon; James Stewart; Paris; Athletcism; Sewer Worker; Prostitute; Police; Flat; Heaven; War; Seventh Heaven
|Movie Pictorial, May-June 1914|
Vol. I, No. 3 (May 23, 1914); No. 4 (May 30, 1914); No. 5 (June 6, 1914); No. 6 (June 13, 1914); No. 7 (June 20, 1914); No. 8 (June 27, 1914). Publisher: Cloud Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill.
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Ford Sterling; Kathlyn Williams; Ruth Stonehouse; Lincoln Beachey; William Desmond Taylor; Florence Jones Hadley; Mona Darkfeather; Charles J. Hite; Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle; Monte Katterjohn; Berton Braley; Clarence Badger; Pearl Sindelar; Ann Little; Henry King; Cissy Fitzgerald; Isabel Daintry
|"Tol'able David" (1921) starring Richard Barthelmess|
"Tol'able David" is a rousing drama of small-town America starring Richard Barthelmess.David (Richard Barthelmess) is a young fellow, who is constantly reminded that he is not mature enough for a grown-man's job. Then dramatic events occur and he has the opportunity to prove himself when he is pushed to the limit in circumstances, which very few "real men" can handle."Tol'able David" was added to the National Film Registry in 2007 as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically sig...
Keywords: Richard Barthelmess; Gladys Hulette; Ernest Torrence; Henry King; silent film; silent movie stars; free classic film; old movies; silent film streaming; silent era; archive films; rare films; silent drama; silent classics; classic images; classic films on line; classic movies on line; silent films on line; silent movies on line; good silent movies; old movies online; free classic movie; fine old movies